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. paved-over cities have long been criticized for crowding out nature, but recently urban environments have become a sanctuary for wild animals. in galveston, texas, they're roaming the neighborhoods. they set traps, but some pets are missing or have been killed, including this chihuahua, nick >> it is just not an area where you think wild animals would be. i mean, this is galveston island. >> reporter: so why is this happening? >> our cities are getting larger, we're moving into their areas, sometimes we leave food out and wildlife is coming in for it. >> reporter: andhey're increasingly coming in. this is where a deer broke into a carpet store. this one stormed a new jersey yogurt shop, in chicago, a sandwich place. >> get away from my cart. >> reporter: they're not always hungry, these turkeys in connecticut were simply angry birds. >> it was a gang, literally. coming from the mountains, so be careful, the gang is tough. >> reporter: new neighbors, wearing out their welcome, amid the call of the wild, janet shamlian, nbc news, galveston. >>> got to get along out there somehow. >>> u
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